Photograph of two men in a clothing factory, ca.1935. A man wearing a suit with no jacket stands in the center of two rows of hosiery machines. The machines on either side of the man are long mechanical devices that stretch into the background. Lamps line the machine while stocking material is stretched over spools with round metal devices spaced evenly along the machine. In the background, a man leans against windows with his arms crossed.; Photoprint reads: "Two modern full-fashioned hosiery machines for knitting the legs of stockings. Each of these machines requires one experienced man to operate it. He can produce from eight to nine doezen in an eight hour day. These legs are taken to a full-fashioned machine known as a Footer and this machine requires on experienced man to operate it, and two women who place the legs on needle bars so that these legs can be transferred readily to this Footer machine to complete the knitting operation. Full-fashioned stockings are knitted flat, so it is therefore necessary to loop and sew the selvedged edges together, which requires separate operations".